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Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter 10 in.

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The Remo Renaissance Emperor heads have a warm sound that's great for melodic expression and affords a wider, more balanced sound spectrum for tympani, snares, toms, and bass drums in any drumming app... Read More

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The Remo Renaissance Emperor heads have a warm sound that's great for melodic expression and affords a wider, more balanced sound spectrum for tympani, snares, toms, and bass drums in any drumming application. These replacement drumheads are the new worldwide industry standard for tympani drums in live or studio situations.

For snare drums and timbales, a Remo drumhead with a textured surface provides excellent stick and brush response that will not degrade under harsh playing.

Features
  • Warm, balanced sound
  • Excellent stick and brush response that will not degrade under harsh playing
  • Textured surface is excellent for sticks, brushes, and mallets
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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year warranty on heads.
5 year warranty on hardware and practice sets.
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RemoRenaissance Emperor Snare Batter
 
5.0

(based on 6 reviews)

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5.0

Resonance Comparison

By MICHAEL

from Mobile, Alabama

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Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I put these on a Mapex Saturn monster kit. These were replacing Evans EC2's on top of the toms. I've ALWAYS used Abassadors for bottom heads for 35 years. The EC2's sound good but need to be tuned up too many times before they stablize and stay tuned. Since I am now getting older and maybe my hearing not as it once was, I find myself desiring more resonance. As an experiment I decided to pair Renaisance Emperor top heads which are 2 ply 14mils with Evans G14 bottom heads which are 1 ply14mils. Hoping to get more resonance from bottom heads and better heard by the audience since they are the same thickness. BUT to my amazement the Renaisance Emperors have WAY MUCH MORE resonance than the G14's. In the end the head combo sounds good but I did not get more resonance as I had hoped. The Emperors are AWESOME but I will definitely change the bottom heads back to Ambassodors on the next head change. I put a Renaisance Powerstroke on the 13" brass snare and it is AWESOME. I pRenaisance Emperut the Renaisance "Ambassodor" on the 12" maple snare but it made the snare too loud. I've used the Renaisanse Ambassodor snare sides on bottom of snares for about 10 years now and they are DEFINITELY the best heads in the world for snare bottoms money can buy. Renaisance Series heads are absolutely one of the best sounding heads available. The Emperor and Ambassodor versions of Renaisance stabilize in thier tunings much faster than Evans EC2's. You can't go wrong with these heads. 5 stars

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5.0

Resonance Comparison

By MICHAEL

from Mobile, Alabama

Site Member

Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I put these on a Mapex Saturn monster kit. These were replacing Evans EC2's on top of the toms. I've ALWAYS used Abassadors for bottom heads for 35 years. The EC2's sound good but need to be tuned up too many times before they stablize and stay tuned. Since I am now getting older and maybe my hearing not as it once was, I find myself desiring more resonance. As an experiment I decided to pair Renaisance Emperor top heads which are 2 ply 14mils with Evans G14 bottom heads which are 1 ply14mils. Hoping to get more resonance from bottom heads and better heard by the audience since they are the same thickness. BUT to my amazement the Renaisance Emperors have WAY MUCH MORE resonance than the G14's. In the end the head combo sounds good but I did not get more resonance as I had hoped. The Emperors are AWESOME but I will definitely change the bottom heads back to Ambassodors on the next head change. I put a Renaisance Powerstroke on the 13"" brass snare and it is AWESOME. I pRenaisance Emperut the Renaisance ""Ambassodor"" on the 12"" maple snare but it made the snare too loud. I've used the Renaisanse Ambassodor snare sides on bottom of snares for about 10 years now and they are DEFINITELY the best heads in the world for snare bottoms money can buy. Renaisance Series heads are absolutely one of the best sounding heads available. The Emperor and Ambassodor versions of Renaisance stabilize in thier tunings much faster than Evans EC2's. You can't go wrong with these heads. 5 stars

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5.0

A Renaissance Emperor changed my opinion

By DONALD SCHULTZ

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I put this head on the batter side of a Brady stave snare that I thought sounded like a cardboard box. Needed to have my head examined for buying such a d*mned expensive snare and it sounds like THIS?!?, et cetera It had a "controlled-sound-with-a-power-dot-head" on it when I got it new -- just didn't get it. But once I put the RenEmperor on it, the snare *sang* to me! NOW I get it. The drum sounds like it's worth way more than I paid for it. All fat, Memphis-y, warm, swampy, evil. THAT's how good the Renaissance Emperor head is. Dig it, brothers!

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5.0

My favorite tom heads!

By JP

from Chicago area, IL

Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I've tried the Remo Renaissance heads in all weights except for the PowerStroke models, and I can say hands-down that I like the Emperors the best for my toms. I play Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz drums, and they just sing with these heads. I found the lighter weight versions of these (and the stock Evans) harder to get a good tone out of the drums. I highly recommend these heads. I think they make my entry-level kit sound like the high-end Gretsch kits, perhaps better. And, I do know from experience -over 30 years with a wide variety of drums and heads. These are my favorite for my toms. Fyi, for my snare I use a Renaissance Diplomat -excellent!

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Overall Great Snare Head

By Andrew Tousi

from Glenview, Illinois

Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I bought this to replace the heads on my old set. The sound was deep and rich. Perfect for any type of heavy rock or metal. Great quality for the price and the sound is near perfect. Does require a bit of intense tuning to get it sounding good, but once you get the tuning, you wont regret it. Great buy for the money and perfect for any intermediate drummer playing rock or metal

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5.0

Renaissance are hands-down the best

By Ed Langu

from USA

Comments about Remo Renaissance Emperor Snare Batter:

I use RE on my rack toms and most snares. (And RA on the resonant side of all toms.) Beautiful, full, deep tone without compromising any stick definition. Tuning them may take some practice if you're used to regular coated or clear heads.

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